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Thailand scrap steel imports down in Sep

BANGKOK: The latest import statistics indicate that the scrap imports by Thailand during September this year dropped considerably over the previous month. Also, the scrap imports witnessed sharp decline when compared with the same month a year ago. The scrap imports by Thailand during the month of September this year totaled 41,000 tons. The imports plunged heavily by 77.1% when ... Read More »

UEMOA’s Inflation rate 0.2% rise in Sep

WASHINGTON: Inflation rate in the West African Economic and Monetary Union (UEMOA) witnessed a 0.2 percent rise at the end of September, compared to August 2015, a statement released by the Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO) in Dakar on Friday suggested.The inflation rate stood year on year at 1.4 percent by the end of September 2015, against 1.2 ... Read More »

Vietnam exports 113,182MT of natural rubber in Sep, down 9.2% on year

HANOI: Vietnam exported 113,182 mt of natural rubber in September, down 9.2% on year and 4.5% from August, data released Thursday by Vietnam Customs showed. The value of exports in September also dropped 28.2% on year and 13% on month to $145 million. The average export price of Vietnamese natural rubber in September stood at $1,370/mt, down 13% on year ... Read More »

Japan’s exports expected to rise modestly in Sep

TOKYO: Japan’s exports were expected to rise only modestly in September, a Reuters poll found, a sign that stagnant Asian demand may be hampering Japan’s hesitant economic recovery. The trade data due on Wednesday could provide a strong clue to whether the economy will avoid recession after it shrank in April-June. Exports were seen increasing 3.4% last month from a ... Read More »

India’s merchandise exports contract for tenth consecutive month in Sep

NEW DELHI: India’s merchandise exports contracted for the tenth consecutive month and by the highest rate in September, as shipments of petroleum products continued to decline on lower crude oil prices, and external demand remained weak amid tepid global economic recovery. Data released by the union commerce ministry on Thursday showed that exports contracted 24.3% from a year ago to ... Read More »